This is the oldest teahouse in Shanghai. Being linked to the lakeshore by the Jiuqu Bridge, the Mid-Lake Pavilion was originally built in 1784 in the Qing Dynasty (1644 - 1911). It has become a teahouse in 1855. Here you can have high-class tea and delicious snacks such as preserved plums and small glutinous rice dumplings. And you can enjoy the excellent music played by traditional Chinese musical instruments.
Song Fang Maison de The specializes in the finest quality Chinese and French teas for sale and to savor on the premises.It was created in Shanghai in 2007 by Florence Samson, a Paris native and a Shanghai resident for more than 10 years. Her Chinese name is Song Fang (Song means the Song dynasty and Fang means fragrant and of good reputation).
Tang Yun Tea house is a 2-storey ancient Chinese-style building with hanging big red lanterns. At the ground floor there are 7 compartments with a quiet and plain ambience decorated by various tea sets. At the 2 nd floor, it is divided into two high-low spaces by fern leaf hedge bamboo. The outer space is bright and wide and the inner space is elegant and quiet. This tea house offers traditional teas and other artistic teas as well.
Established in 1817, Milanese cafe Cova has had almost two centuries to perfect its recipes and achieve its status as one of the best artisan cafes around. Espressos and cappuccinos are freshly ground, and made by expert baristas highly trained in bringing the best quality. All of which is no surprise for a cafe from coffee-loving Italy.